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F=ma Booster Camp
AlphaStar Winter Physics Camp is a unique opportunity for interested and talented students to be prepared for Physics Olympiad.
It is a day camp focused on the F=ma test and consists of accelerated coverage of topics and special problem-solving techniques.
Dates & Registration
Dates: December 26-31, 2020
All class times are Pacific Time (PT).
The assigned instructors are subject to change.
|F=ma BOOSTER||Anthony Ou|
(9am - 4:45pm)
Subject courses in all levels are offered in self-study format anytime of the year. For more information and registration:
- Live (Interactive): $800
- Self Study: $400
|Early Registration||October 31, 2020||Live: $50 discount
|Regular Registration||Registrations Close||Regular fee|
|9:00am – 12:15pm||Classes|
|12:15pm – 1:30pm||Lunch break|
|1:30pm – 4:45pm||Classes|
Curriculum and Levels
AlphaStar Winter Physics Camp consists of accelerated coverage of topics and special problem solving techniques.
The following topics will be covered during the camp:
- Newton’s Laws of motion
- Work and Energy
- Momentum and collisions
- Periodic Motion
There will be only one level that focuses on preparation for the F=ma test with intensive training.
F=ma exam is a multiple choice test which is administered in January. Please check American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) Website for more information on F=ma test and USAPhO.
Some introductory physics background, which can be any of:
- First-year high school physics or
- AP Physics 1 or
- AP Physics C Mechanics or
- AlphaStar F=ma Basic or
- AlphaStar F=ma Advanced or
- 11th grade standing in school.
Please see the AlphaStar Physics Program page for more details.
If you have further questions about levels, please send us an email at email@example.com
AlphaStar Academy mainly considers teaching, competition, and education background as well as passion and dedication for the subject when hiring full-time and part-time teachers.
We hire our instructors and TAs from a pool of High School, College, Ph.D. students, school teachers, and University Professors. Our faculty have teaching/coaching/tutoring experience and have expertise in the subject area, regardless of their age.
They have participation and/or training experience in national/international math competitions and Olympiads in Math, CS, and Physics such as USAMO, USACO, USAPhO, IMO, IOI, and IPhO.
They are role models and inspiration for students with their backgrounds and achievements.